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NPHS weekend wrapup: Wrestling sends 7, Trimpe to State Finals, BBB wins 2

February 4, 2013
By Andrew Smith of New Palestine High School



Wrestling
Dragons advance 7 to semistate:
New Palestine advanced seven of its 12 wrestlers who participated in the regional -- including regional champion C.J. Red (106) and runners-up Gordon Wagner (138) and Brian Wagner (182). Rylan McCarty (113), Robbie Elsea (145), Taylor Fee (126) and Nick Brickens (160) will move on as third or fourth-place finishers. 

In the team score, the Dragons were third with 139.5 points. Perry Meridian won the regional with 230.5 points. Warren Central had 194.

At 106, New Palestine's Red improved to 40-0 on the year with a pin of Crispus Attucks' Maria Palma, a 5-1 victory over Roncalli's Ethan Briggeman and a 3:29 fall over Warren Central's Matthew McKinney -- whose two losses on the year have come to Red.

Dragon results from the final round.

106
1st: C.J. Red (New Palestine) 40-0, def. Matthew McKinney (Warren Central) in final 3:29 fall
113
3rd: Rylan McCarty (NP) 34-6, def. Casey Kauffman (Southport) in 3rd-place match 9-0

126
4th: Taylor Fee (NP) 30-10, lost to Nick Reel (WC) in 3rd place match 7-5, 2OT
132
5th: Jared Timberman (NP) 30-13, def. Robby Sears (Speedway) in 5th place match 7-0
138
2nd: Gordon Wagner (NP) 37-5, lost to Nick Bova (PM) in final, fall 5:12
145
3rd: Robbie Elsea (NP) 36-4, def. Michael Thomas (PM) in 3rd place match 10-3
152
6th: Logan Hunt (NP) 28-14, lost to Dante Benamon (Northwest) in 5th place match 6-2
160
4th: Nick Brickens (NP) 14-10, lost to Joe Hoskins (G-C) in 3rd place match 7-5
170
DNP: Ian Pomfret (NP) 19-22
182
2nd: Brian Wagner (NP) 35-4, lost to Katrell Moss (WC) in final 4-3
220
5th: Gabe Estes (NP) 8-3, def. Phillip An (PM) in 5th place match 15-0
285
6th: Willie Bryan (NP) 30-10, lost to Tyler Beeson (G-C) in 5th place match 7-3

Swimming
Trimpe advances to State Finals:
NPHS senior Emily Trimpe is headed to the State Finals as sectional champion in two different events from Saturday's New Palestine swimming sectional.

NPHS finished third in the 10-team event with 312 points.

Connersville won the 10-team event with 356 points, four points better than second-place Mt. Vernon (352). New Palestine was third with 312 and Greenfield-Central fourth with 293.

Three local athletes advanced to the State Finals in four events. Trimpe will move on to the State Finals in the 50 freestyle and 100 breaststroke. She finished 1-2 with her younger sister Erin in the breaststroke.

The State Finals will commence next Friday at the Indiana University Natatorium on the IUPUI campus.

The 20 sectional champions advance to the State Finals, plus anyone under a state cut time and the next-fastest times to get to 32 participants in each event.

New Palestine finals results
200 medley relay
3. New Palestine (Megan Prosser, Erin Trimpe, Addison Virt, Emily Trimpe) 1:57.86
200 freestyle
5. Katie Mustard 2:07.94
12. Kenzie Wells 2:13.44
13. Faith Stirm 2:15.85
200 IM
6. Erin Trimpe 2:26.45
13. Claire Hornsby 2:31.11
14. Megan Prosser 2:34.43
50 freestyle
1. Emily Trimpe 24.84
10. Rachel Wineman 27.23
Diving
6. Shannon Jones 282.70
9. Hannah Ayer 270.50
100 butterfly
6. Addison Virt 1:05.54
8. Claire Hornsby 1:08.08
12. Tricia Roberson 1:11.00
100 freestyle
8. Katie Mustard 59.06
10. Rachel Wineman 1:00.07
16. Kenzie Wells 1:00.98
500 freestyle
10. Kayla Jameson 6:05.87
12. Faith Stirm 6:07.46
200 free relay
3. New Palestine (Erin Trimpe, Katie Mustard, Emily Trimpe, Addison Virt) 1:44.77
100 backstroke
8. Megan Prosser 1:09.58
10. Lily Horn 1:10.52
14. Grace Hornsby 1:13.76
100 breaststroke
1. Emily Trimpe 1:08.47
2. Erin Trimpe 1:11.03
7. Addison Virt 1:15.93
400 free relay
6. New Palestine (Kenzie Wells, Megan Prosser, Katie Mustard, Rachel Wineman) 4:01.08

Boys basketball
Saturday: New Palestine 78, Mooresville 50:
The Dragons put on a 3-point shooting clinic and equaled their biggest victory of the season.

Michael Morris scored 32 points -- giving him 63 for the weekend and 92 for the last three games.
He hit eight 3-pointers, including two in the first quarter. He then added four in a 17-3 second-quarter run that allowed NP to build a 42-32 halftime lead. Morris had 22 points by halftime, including 14 in the second quarter.

His eight triples tied a school record, and eclipsed Ryan Curry's season high of seven set in the Franklin Central game on Dec. 15.

Morris was 12-of-13 from the floor, 8-of-9 from 3-point range and added five rebounds and two assists.

Curry had a big night of his own, hitting five 3s for 15 points. Solomon Haynes (2) and Keegan Lytle (1) hit the other 3-pointers for the Dragons.

Brandon Jonas added eight points and four assists. Solomon Haynes had six points and five assists. Connor Roach led NP with seven rebounds and two blocks. Morris added six boards and Seth Cox five.

Brandon Jonas had eight points for NP, scoring six in a third-quarter spurt that allowed NP to pull away from a 10-point halftime lead. NP led 59-38 after three, outscoring the Pioneers 17-6 in the period and punctuating it with a Morris 3 for his 29th point. 

NP hit 30-of-43 from the floor -- a 70 percent clip -- and was 73 percent (16-of-22) from 3-point range.

J.T. Hurt led two Pioneers in double figures with 17 points. Lane Weaver had 11 points.

NP (13-4) next plays Thursday at home against Franklin. Mooresville fell to 4-10 on the season.

Friday: New Palestine 66, Shelbyville 52: Michael Morris scored 26 of his game-high 31 points in the second half to carry the Dragons to a Hoosier Heritage Conference victory.

NP is now 12-4 on the season and 6-0 in HHC play. The Dragons' remaining conference game is Feb. 15 against Mt. Vernon, which is also unbeaten in HHC play. NP is seeking its third HHC title and first since 2003.

Morris hit 11-of-19 from the floor and a perfect 6-of-6 from the line. He had all but 10 of NP's second-half points.

Seth Cox added 11 points for NP on 4-of-4 from the floor and 3-of-4 from the line. He had nine in the first half. Solomon Haynes and Brandon Jonas scored eight points each -- Jonas hitting 8-of-12 from the foul stripe.

Haynes added four assists and two steals. Samson Haynes had two assists and four rebounds. Jonas and Connor Roach also had four boards each to lead the Dragons. Jonas had three steals.

NP was 21-of-41 from the field and 19-of-25 from the free-throw line. Shelby was 19-of-47 from the floor and 8-of-17 from the stripe.

Ethan Runnebohm had 16 points for Shelbyville and Reilly Reinbold had 12 points and four assists. Adam Eads added nine. Jake Laker's seven rebounds led all players.

This one was close for much of the first three quarters, until Morris got hot. He scored 20 consecutive Dragon points at one point in the second half to help NP pull away.

NP led 21-18 after a quarter, 30-28 at the half and 45-42 after three, but used a 21-4 run to break the game open in the fourth.

Gymnastics
Dragons win Rushville Invitational:
New Palestine won the seven-team Rushville Invitational on Saturday afternoon.

The Dragons scored 103.275 points, besting Hagerstown (97.975) and Rushville (95.3).

New Palestine won all four individual titles and had the top two all-around finishers -- Kenzi Hoffman (35.375) and Kaytlin Fee (34.0).

Hoffman won the vault (9.25) and floor (9.05). She was second on bars (8.375) and beam (8.7). Fee was the champion on balance beam (8.8). She was fifth on bars, fifth on floor and ninth on vault. Shelly Huesman won the Dragons' other title, on uneven bars (8.525).

NP had 1-2 finishes on vault, bars and beam. On vault, Annabelle Dockins' 8.95 was the runner-up to Hoffman. On bars, Huesman and Hoffman were 1-2. On beam, Fee and Hoffman took the top two spots.

Other top-10 finishers for the Dragons were Kylie Zehner on beam (seventh) and vault (10th). In addition to Dockins' second-place finish on vault, she was sixth on floor. Huesman added a seventh-place finish on floor and 10th on balance beam. She was fifth in the all-around, while Dockins was 10th.

The Dragons host Rushville Monday.


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